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the -- the -- >>> it's been called a cue for -- putting san jose ahead of other contenders. it's near a mild stone improving the -- by the end of april it will have pressure test it had more than 6700 miles. this is tsunami awareness week. want all californians in coastal areas to be aware of the dangerer. it can cause tremendous damage that'll run to northern california to vancouver island in canada. the biggest danger is here in northern california but such a quake can also hit southern california. >>> the impact already having and what some driver ls have now miss. what the future holds after midnight tonight. >>> the weather is working its way to the area, we'll have what you can expect for tomorrow and your easter weekend. >>> investigators are looking at what causing this fire. firefighters told us the fire se third floor unit. damages estimated at $1 million and no one was hurt. >>> half of the 28 tole takers rs being transferred to other positions and others are walking away with several packages. drivers who don't pay will be sent of an invoice to the address of the vehicle's registration
a date for a special election. in san jose, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> a san jose woman known for her place in a fraud scream pled to new charges. she spent four years in prison after planting part of a human finger in a bowl of chili back in 2005. today her and her son pled not guilty to filing a false police report. prosecutors say he accidently shot himself in a foot last month, because he is not legally allowed to own a weapon, he and his mother falsely claimed he was attacked. >>> president barack obama addressed his decision to file a friend of the court brief urging the supreme court to reject california's ban on same sex marriage. >>> the supreme court asks me or my attorney general or solicitor general, constitutional must ari thought it was important for us to answer that question honestly and the answer is no. >> reporter: the president says there is no reason for banning same sex couples from marrying. the supreme court hears arguments march 26th. california republicans are gathering in sacramento for their party's spring convention with a lot to consider after last year's elec
being held by his mother. >> police have arrested that mom and she admitted it happened. >>> san jose police need help they say are expected of assaulting another woman and stealing her purse. we're showing you a picture of the woman from surveillance cameras. investigators say she knocked the victim down and that this man here took the woman's purse. both then took off on bikes. investigators are asking anyone who knows who they are to call the police department. >> a major roadway improvement project was meant to beautify san jose, but careless drivers have turned new road into an ugly and expensive mess. >> evidence of the latest crash along this newly redone section of capital express way in east san jose. a driver veered off the road and took out a light pole, creating another headache for work crews. >> we are trying to improve the neighborhood. >> brandy childress is with the agent in charge of this project. $8.5 million is being spend on new sidewalk, and light poles. since work start ed two years ago there have been several similar crashes with repair work costing thousands t
of the city over the next coming weeks, back to you. >>> now to the south bay. 43 graduates of the san jose police academy received their badges today. proud families watched as two women and 41 men got swarpb in. the mayor, chuck reed, -tsdz he is grateful the department can hire more officers. in recent years the department went down 1400 officers due to layoffs, resignations and retirement. >>> today, former san francisco police crime lab tech, debra madden pled guilty to cocaine possession, the plea ends the case that began back in 2009 when the 63-year-old was accused of stealing evidence from the crime lab. the investigation led to the dismissal of hundreds of cases. they will determine the sentence after considering federal guidelines. >>> new video today that helps explain why residents wanted a new police substation in their neighborhood. within hours of opening at 6th and market last week, these surveillance cameras captured images of an 80-year-old man with a walker being robbed and punched in the face just outside of the station. you can see a police officer tackling the assaila
was wounded. investigators say it may be gang related. >>> san jose police tell us two people injured during a officer involved shooting are both felons. a police officer fired on a stolen car as the driver tried to run down the officer. the woman driver was wounded, the passengers also injured. she was a wanted felon and the passengers was wanted on a felony warrant. both now face charges. >>> we learned san jose is seeing a surge in vehicle thefts and now on pace to break last year's record high. matt keller with what is behind the increase. >> reporter: leaving your vehicle parked in san jose is a risky thing to do. >> pulls over, i had to walk to the phone, came back it was gone. >> reporter: more and more people in san jose are feeling that way, statistics released by the police department revealed how bad it is getting. 934 cars were stolen in january. 893 in february. a 53% increase compared to stolen every hour. one councilman believes it is on the rise because of the realignment of the prison system. >> we are having issues with folks coming out into communityalize over in californi
people were killed of a mother and two sons. the suspect was not injured. san jose police are asking for the people help tonight investigating a ninth homicide for the year. police said the victim was pronounced dead at the sc aapparently of one gun shot wounds. >> something was heard, something similar to a gun shot, but again they're uncertain. they being the people that reported. >> the investigation was early so they don't have any suspect of possible motive t there is no indication that the killing is gang related. >>> alameda high this afternoon, investigators say the principal received a phone call from a man that's locked in the restroom and armed with a knife. the police say they did not find anything, school was locked out at about 2:30. >>> we are continue on the coverage of finding a woman in oakland. our ally -- tells us the new lead are giving the family hope. >> this surveillance video showing era -- the video brings erica's mother to tears. >> she looked happy. >> thursday morning was the timer ra's family and friends saw her. some local businesses have helped out by
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at an event this morning in san jose. he did not know his plant to move the team would soon be up in the air. he did not comment on major league's baseball handling of his request to move but he did emphasize the need for a move. >> we tried oakland and free mont. so many aspects of landownership and other influences indicate to us that we need to be in a downtown area. >> but land ownership is again the problem. the as bought the property from san jose through a successor agency created when governor brown ax axed city development issues. it goes back to the successor agency and must be sold with the money going to school districts and other agencies that benefit from property tax. >> see all of those agents now must get some sink and agree to the ballpark the ballpark is an important asset that would benefit all. >> it's a regional impact and it's sad when we don't look at it in a regional way. >> today, san jose mayor chuck reed expressed disappointment, but plans to work with the agents involved to keep the dream of moving the as alive. in san jose, robert honda, ktvu channel 2 news. >>>
charge the service has been moved to san jose. >> lorraine blanco is live. lorraine. >> reporter: the city has already put up tow away signs. the officer memorial will shut down much of the area tomorrow. >> we wouldn't are surprised if we actually packed out the arena. >>> stage is literally being set for thousands to remember and celebrate 2 santa cruz officers; sergeant loren butch baker and elizabeth you butler trying to interview a sexual assault suspect. >> we want everything to go properly and smoothly to honor these officers. >> dozens of officers will participate in the precession while officers as far as england and canada have sent condolences. >> james durbin from santa cruz will perform. >> what a tribute this would attract that level of attention and that individuals want want to come and reach out to the santa cruz police department and the families of these fallen officers during these very difficult times. >>> deputy steve clark says this is then puttic. he has never lost an officer in the line of duty until last week. >> hopefully for now, we can find some peace
devices. the scan and go program well be available at san jose. customers can scan items on their cell phones, keep a tally and pay at check out counters. they can't pay with devices. an droid apps will be available soon. >>> president obama assured israel, and benjamin netanyaho, to a two-state solution to the conflict. tomorrow, president obama is expected to meet with the president in the west bank. >> on capitol hill, senators expressed concerns about privacy and law enforcement agencies are using or considering using drones. currently, alameda county and san francisco police department are considering using drones. she understanding the lure for drones but restrictions on them would be put in. >>> for the first time to get ready for the tournament games, new mexico state university fans came today to arrive in san jose's hp pavilion with plenty of chore. the aggies made the trip in style. >> getting the team here, they chartered a flight for the band members and the cheerleaders and everybody else. it's been so much fun. >> new mexico's opponent and its fans, the st. loui -- stshg
flight made an emergency landing this morning at san jose international airport. the flight bound for idaho just departed san jose when a light came on in the cockpit indicating a fire in the right side engine. fire crews were ready when the dual propeller plane landed, but there was no fire to put out. the faa says the engine appeared to be scorched possibly indicating a small fire that was out by the time the plane landed. 48 passengers were on board and no one was hurt. >>> a public's casket viewing has been scheduled tomorrow for the two members of the santa cruz police force killed in the line of duty. the viewing is set to take place tomorrow between 3:00 and 8:00 p.m. at the santa cruz memorial on ocean street. anyone wishing to pay their respects is invited to attend. detectives were gunned down one week ago today by a suspect who was later shot and killed by other officers. >>> on thursday hundreds of law enforcement vehicle plan to lead a 33-mile procession from santa cruz to san jose's hp pavilion where the public memorial service will take place. traffic is expected to
to cancel a trip to rome this week. >>> tomorrow san jose city officials are expect today serve an eviction notice on a homeless encampment near the airport. the city plans to begin cleaning up the encampment on friday. officials report more than 100 people are now living at the site. the san jose housing department said it's work on a plan to keep the homeless away. it wants to create new housing so the homeless won't have to camp out. >>> a new study points to a disturbing trensd in the life expectancy of women in certain parts of the u.s.. researchers at the university of wisconsin found that women age 75 and younger are dying at higher rates than previous years in 43% of the nation's counties. researchers note thad women with lower education levels who live in the south or the west and who had smoked had the highest mortality rates. the latest statistics suggest the average life span for a baby girl born today is 81 while it's 76 years old for a baby boy. >>> the bay area asd community is hopeful tonight after reports of a baby cured of hiv. health and science editor john fowler reports
. >>> new details now in a homicide earlier this week that took place in an up scale san jose neighborhood. they tell us they arrested 20- year-old galigos. a man's body was found with several stab wounds. now, the police have identified him as 27-year-old eric wright. the police say the two men knew each other and when interviewed they said that he had blood on him. they don't believe this was gang related. >>> san jose police are releasing new details about the city's 8th homicide of the year. 69-year-old jacobson's body was found yesterday inside of his home at the senior apartment. jacobson has not been seen since february 5th. the police say they believe his body was in the apartment the whole time. even when they were inside investigating. >> not many would of found this. it was underneath a lot of clutter and, and from the pictures that i saw, it was -- i don't think i would of found it. >> the police arrested 46-year- old regina butler. the last person seen with jacobson, the investigators have evidence that butler was trying to scam him. >> reporter: the man charged with killing
police officering killed in the line of duty were honored today that drew thousands of people to san jose. >> dignitaries, including the governor, and former defense secretary, leon paneda attended this afternoon's three-hour service. family members and colleagues remembered both officers today. >> a santa cruz service officer's brother, stood by. >> if i had to put one word to you, i would put integrity. >> elizabeth's pafrn, peter wu partner, also spoke. >> she will live on in people she has known and touched, to life and the time i spent with her, would not be in vain. >> detective elizabeth butler ended her watch on tuesday february 26th, 2013. >> the service ended with an end of watch dispatch. the two officers will be laid to rest in private ceremonies. >> we'll like to share this, butler was a ten-year veteran of the santa cruz police force. >> she was 38 years old and a graduate of uc santa crews. >> 31-year-old butch baker, played with a ten assous investigators. >> he would wear shorts evening on the coldest days. >> he leaves behind daughters and a son. >> former american idol
-miles away. >> it was a great feeling to be able to return to baby to her mother. >> san jose police are looking for the woman who stole the vehicle. she was carrying a red and heat target shopping bag. moments after the search for the car, we knew exactly what it looked like. authorities released this picture which was captured randomly. the science is becoming more popular and moreen ty. >> . >> this patrol car drove by, it's a good bet you wouldn't see what's on top. but it would like hi see you or your license plate. >> it is basically like a camera, and it covers through the front and to the side. the three cameras on this car are constantly scanning, searching for license plates. >> if you get a car that's wanted or stolen, if there's a amber alert, it will notify you that a car is in the area. >> the department has several patrol cars equipped with cameras, the photos taken randomly and stored in a database that can can later be referenced for criminal cases. >> investigators use it. we've recovered a lot of people's property. >>> but is it a invasion of pricy. >> generally,
. we're told this is a third officer-involved shooting in san jose so far this year. >>> we have an update on developing news we reported on ktvu at 5:00 and 6:00. the glen park bar station reopened after officials say a man jumped in front of a richmond bound train there. that san francisco station was closed for more than two hours. he says that caused major delays through the system, which are lingering tonight. >>> new at 7:00 a young boy home alone when a suspected burglar comes to the door. his quick action helped police catch the man and it turns out there a string of similar crimes in the area. you spoke with the family and are about to tell us a warning from police. >> that's right. this boy is just 12 years old and amazingly, his family's house is across the street from the police station and the mall. he says that he did know what to do, though, when the burglar tried to get in. she says the doorbell range late yesterday afternoon. his father was drown the street so he looked through the peephole and saw a strange man. >> i never seen him. >> okay. then what happen
descends this week. it should provide a spark in san jose where as tom reports, big games will provide an economic boom some businesses missed. >> the ncaa regulation basketball court is one of the final physical steps needed to convert hp pavilion for rounds two and three of what fans call march madness. and though this jigsaw puzzle has identically-sized pieces, they must fit together in a specific order, and they must fit together perfectly. but preparations are far from over for this week's faction. >> just 24 hours ago we found out which teams are going to be come sog that right there mean that is there's a lot more work that needs to be done between now and thursday. >> eight teams, including cal, oregon,unlv and sir kuz are drawing fans from far and wide. >> definitely want to see syracuse. >> price seems nod to be a hurdle. >> price is pretty fair. it's, like, 125 for a three-shegs pass so, i mean, it's definitely doable in this market these days. >> the team in san jose itself will be seen by fans in the seats and by millions throughout television land. >> this really is a gre
a plan to address problems with the homeless. some say the plan calls short. >> the field's near san jose. have been cleared out. on a day when the city approved a plan to address homelessness, some people were annoyed to see security on and many to chemokeep homeless from returning. >> they're just moving people from one spot to another. >> reporter: it this evening they unanimously passed a plan. the plan emphasis a regional multiagencies approach to finding permanent affordable housing such as converting building. community groups said the city needs their expertise. >> there are really good infrastructure and relationships and a s that we have developed that we know work and the time is now to bring to scale. >> it could cast $27 million consider in the pipeline. and up to $200,000 for each new year unit. be the mayor pointed out the pointed out with homelessness already. >> we're already spending none around the homeless issue. we have to figure out how to get that that money and get them into how ising. >> reporter:. >> what is there job to get us in the housing and did not any foll
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